SER, COPE, MARCA, EITB, CORREO...Den denak inguratzen gaituen errealitatearen gaineko irakurketa grisa helarazi nahian dabiltza. Holaxe mintzatu zen bere garaian Malcom X: "Si no estÃ¡is prevenidos ante los Medios de ComunicaciÃ³n, os harÃ¡n amar al opresor y odiar al oprimido". Komunikabide erraldoiek empresa handien dirutzak dituzte babesle eta sustatzaile, eta sistema bera dagoen moduan mantentzea dute helburu bakarra baina badago bestelako alternatiba harresi honen aurrean.... Topics: komunikabideak, mass media, intoxikazioa
Segment from Saturday Night Live with newscaster (Christopher Guest) interviewing tobacco industry lawyer (Martin Short) about the health effects of secondhand smoke. Topics: tobacco, cigarette, mass media
Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Mass media, Popular culture Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=Om0HAAAAQAAJ&oe=UTF-8
byDennis, Everette E; Merrill, John Calhoun, 1924-
Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Mass media, Journalism Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=EhhJAAAAMAAJ&oe=UTF-8
byKleyman, Paul, 1945-; San Francisco (Calif.). Art Commission; San Francisco Neighborhood Arts Program
Introduction -- Publicity mailings -- Broadcast media -- Leaflets and posters -- Organizations -- Make your own media -- Planning a benefit concert -- Arts media lists for the San Francisco Bay Area -- Print media -- Radio -- Television -- College & University media Topics: Arts publicity, Mass media and the arts, Mass media
This book-length report is the outgrowth of a fact-finding mission (in July and August 1990) from the Gannett Foundation to Central and Eastern Europe to assess the current state and probable future of press freedom there. The report investigates the condition and needs of the print and electronic media of four countries--Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Yugoslavia. It explores the condition of media in the area, offers a country-by-country analysis, and lists the considerable efforts of... Topics: ERIC Archive, Foreign Countries, Freedom of Speech, Journalism, Mass Media, Mass Media Effects,...
byLevin, Diane E; Gerzon, Christine; Massachusetts Violence Prevention Task Force
"Prepared by Diane Levin, Ph. D., Wheelock College, Boston, MA and Christine Gerzon, M.S., Lexington Public Schools, Lexington, MA. With special thanks to the Massachusetts Medical Society and the Massachusetts Medical Society Alliance for donating the printing" (Cover, p.4) Topics: Violence in mass media, Mass media and children, Mass media and children, Television and children
This annotated bibliography of 76 citations and abstracts focuses on communication with, by, and about the elderly. Publications span the period from 1949 to 1987. References to convention papers and materials that have not been published have been included only if available through the ERIC Document Reproduction Service or a similar organization. Media (broadcast, print, interpersonal communication, and multiple media), research, subject, author, and journal indexes are included. (MM) Topics: ERIC Archive, Advertising, Annotated Bibliographies, Interpersonal Communication, Mass Media, Mass...
"Text and Performance Quarterly" (TPQ) is the new name (beginning 1989) of a journal that started in 1980 under the name "Literature in Performance." This partial (promotional) issue of "TPQ" consists of a single article from the January 1989 issue that briefly explains the background and scope of the re-defined publication and then goes on to discuss the concept of text as a foundation for a renewal theoretical and methodological approach to the study of... Topics: ERIC Archive, Communication Research, Mass Media Effects, Mass Media Role, Mass Media Use, Nonprint...
Media effects should not be thought of as either isomorphic or fragmentary. Instead, the similarities and differences between them should be studied. This approach would offer the potential to determine not only what the media effects are, but how they occur. This is possible through the discovery of patterns in research theories and findings. To this end, the causes, effects, and processes of media influence can be deduced. The causes of media influence can be identified as variations in... Topics: ERIC Archive, Audience Response, Communication Research, Mass Media, Mass Media Effects, Mass Media...
The advent of mass media in the twentieth century creates certain "ruptures," as Michel Foucault would say, in the perceptual world of human beings as they go about the everyday business of coping with a technological culture grounded in human perception as the rule for expression. Foucault proposes that people watch two tele-visions--the Library and the Museum--names which permit people to experience consciousness in a given modality as "data" (perception) and in a taken... Topics: ERIC Archive, Cultural Context, Discourse Communities, Higher Education, Mass Media Effects, Mass...
Issues related to alternative currency with guest John Kaminski Related: Liberty Dollar II â Did Prosecutor Anne Tompkins Violate Ethics Rules? "But Anne Tompkins did not stop there. It gets worse when she said in the press release: It is a violation of federal law for individualsâ¦ to create private coin or currency systems to compete with the official coinage and currency of the United States. This is an even more blatant and egregious misstatement of law. 18 USC 486 never mentions... Topic: alternative currency mass media legal system
Media scholar Bill Yousman addresses critical issues in the representation of incarceration in the U.S.In his research and writing, media scholar Bill Yousman focuses on media literacy education and the construction of racial ideologies in media images and narratives. His book, Prime Time Prisons on U.S. TV: Representation of Incarceration was published by Peter Lang in 2009. His second book, a critical exploration of the filmmaker Spike Lee, is scheduled for publication this coming year.... Topics: Western Mass Media Justice Network, Amherst, WMMJN
In the latest edition of Vatican Voices, Father Robert Prevost, a prior general of the Augustinian Order, talks about the dominance of mass media in the West and the churchâs response to secular culture. Topics: Vatican, theology, CNS, mass media, secularism